Czech Republic is a dazzling country in Central Europe. This landlocked country shares borders with Slovakia in the East, Austria in South, Poland in Northeast and Germany in North and West. The land of ostentatious castles, iconic architectures and vibrant renaissance history has much to offer. The capital city Prague boasts of excellent attractions, while the charismatic countryside of Czech has breathtaking national parks and conservation areas.
Czech Republic, the hub of medieval paradise is home to the glitzy Prague Castle that is known for being the largest building in the world in terms of area. Other attractions include the Charles Bridge, which offers panoramic views of Prague. The splendid national monument of Brno’s Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, the elegant and charming old town dominated by ?eský Krumlov Castle - a UNESCO world heritage site, and the National Library are also of great significance.
Czech Republic has more to allure the tourists. The soothing spas of Karlovy Vary, the fine artistry and decorative works in the Glass Museum, beautiful structures made from the wealth of Kutna Hora - a UNESCO world heritage site and the breathtaking beauty of the Bohmenian Paradise is sure to swathe your senses. The lovely palace of Konopišt? Chateau and the Archduke's Trophies which displays stunning architecture symbolizes the grandeur of this country
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|Currency used||Czech koruna|
|Area (km2)||78,865 km²|
|Country name||Czech republic|
Things to Do
Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava River. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it's known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show. Completed in 1402, pedestrian Charles Bridge is lined with statues of Catholic saints.
The magic of this Czech city has an allure akin to a fairy tale, something that sets it apart from other European cities. The enchanting Prague Castle dominates the skyline of the city. Graceful bridges adorn the beauty of the majestic Vltava River, on the banks of which the historical center is located.
Loket Castle is a 12th-century Gothic style castle about 12 kilometres from Karlovy Vary on a massive rock in the town of Loket, Karlovarský kraj, Czech Republic. It is surrounded on three sides by the Ohře river.
Visit the torture chambers with an audio backdrop which is not for the faint-hearted. You will also see an exhibition of porcelain with unique spa buttons and a romantic fresco dating back to the 15th century, which displays a view from the castle over gardens with fruit trees, flowers and birds in flight.
Gothic St. Barbara's Church
The UNESCO-listed Church of St. Barbara (also called St. Barbara's Cathedral) is a monumental Gothic church consecrated to St. Barbara, patron saint of miners. Its unique design with a three-tent roof and intricate flying buttresses make it an unmistakable Kutná Hora landmark and the town's most significant monument.
The construction took over 500 years, beginning in 1388 and ending in 1905 with a Neo-Gothic restoration.
When the evening lights fall, the face of Prague turns and shows her wild side! The Czech capital is able to offer entertainment for all tastes: The choice ranges from the numerous nightclubs, pub and coctkail bar, the famous Pub Crawls (actual alcohol guided tour!), to the wide selection of adults venues and stripclubs. Here are the best club in Prague to spend memorable evenings!
A scintillating land of beer, castles, the handsomest city, water parks and listed the safest country to live in, Czech Republic called Czechia with love is a sheer paradise for the wanderlust souls.